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Sun Valley Tour de Force cancels

Citing Blaine County’s unusually high per-capita COVID-19 infection rate, the Sun Valley Tour de Force announced Wednesday that it has canceled this year’s event, initially scheduled to take place July 23-25.

May 8th, 2020|Categories: Media|Tags: |

Sun Valley Tour de Force selects Hunger Coalition as beneficiary

Sun Valley Tour de Force, a three-day car event held each year in Wood River Valley, has named The Hunger Coalition as its next event beneficiary.

January 13th, 2020|Categories: Media|Tags: |

“Since we at The Drive are suckers for any chance to see fast cars hauling ass, we were more than happy to book a trip out to Idaho for a chance to see the assembly of Porsches, Ferraris, Corvettes, and even more exotic sheetmetal (hello, Singer Vehicle Design) try and see how high a speed each of them could achieve when given legal carte blanche and a tank full of racing fuel.”

“Imagine you are stopped by a policeman in your sports car on a smallish, two-lane back road just outside of Sun Valley, Idaho. Rather than scold you, though, the officer smiles and gives a ‘thumbs up.’ You respond by lighting up the tires and screaming up a hill into a wide left-hander at 140mph, cresting at 170, then plummeting back down the hill through a speed trap at over 200 mph.”

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